Although he was allowed to continue in the game, his limitations were evident. I need to pick up some pennies or throw some salt over my shoulder or something, because something ain’t workin’ right. I have to get surgery again to have it looked at again. It sucked, because it didn’t show through in challenges. That was one of those politically correct things people do just to build themselves up and make others look bad. And I put those bananas there specifically for everybody and it was on you to eat ’em all. How many times am I gonna be fooled and took in by the pretty faces? The thing was, I was gonna wait toward the end and I was going to vote her out.
When the tribes switched from four to two, Ozzy ended up on the Aitu tribe and was instantly cast out of all alliances.
With his challenge dominance, Ozzy stayed alive over Cao Boi and Flicka, who were voted out in the next two Aitu tribals.
And while it seemed as though Ozzy and Sundra could be the next two to go, a major twist shifted the game.
Though the women were clearly happy about being able to eliminate the men, there was little that was traditionally “feminist” about this alliance.
Parvati and Natalie especially were gleeful about it, accepting and celebrating stereotypes about women being vicious black widows.